You Move Me Simply Stamped

One of the new bundles in the catty is You Move Me. This is an amazingly creative bundle. When you use the slatted die and the stripey images (see the full stamp set image further down) it looks as the the butterfly or the hummingbird are fluttering.

But you can also use the stamp set and thinlits in the more usual way as we did here for this card.

The card base is an A6 of Tranquil Tide, matted with Fresh Florals DSP. A Layering Oval of Whisper White was stamped with leaves from the You Move Me stamp set in Tranquil Tide, flowers in Flirty Flamingo and stamens in Berry Burst. A frame for the stamped oval was created using the Layering Ovals and Simply Stitched Framelits with Pool Party and Tranquil Tide card. This was popped up over the stamped image with slivers of dimensionals. The hummingbird was inked with Berry Burst and then a little Fresh Fig sponged around the edges and Early Espresso coloured onto the stamp for the beak, before “huffing” and stamping onto Whisper White card. This was then cut out with the co-ordinating Move Me Thinlit and popped up over the oval frame with dimensionals. A sentiment from the set was stamped in Berry Burst ink onto a strip of Whisper White card, matted onto Pool Party card and popped up on the card front with dimensionals. The leaves and small flower were stamped as before onto Whisper White card, die cut out, a leaf trimmed away and the flower and remaining leaf adhered to the side of the sentiment.

This is the complete stamp set.

Some customers have wondered what the little stamp circled in red above, is for. Of course it can be anything you want it to be (crafters are very clever at repurposing items 🙂 ) but it is generally thought to be the sepal.

That’s how we’ve used it on our card, shown here circled in red above.

On the Whisper White insert the leaves were again stamped in Tranquil Tide, flowers in Flirty Flamingo and stamens in Berry Burst.

Enjoy your weekend.

Sara xx

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